NZ, 2013, 78 mins, Exempt, directors and WIFT members Kay Ellmers and Annie Goldson
He Toki Huna: New Zealand in Afghanistan (2013) explores New Zealand's involvement in Afghanistan - the longest ever war in which this country has played a part. The film gives an overview of our engagement, and backgrounds some of Afghanistan's turbulent history before and after the events of 9/11. The documentary asks three simple questions: Why did New Zealand go into Afghanistan? What did we do there? Why did we hear so little about it?
When: 7pm Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th April 4.30m Saturday 2nd May
From 6 - 7pm DJ Antsman (Audio Mechanics Radio Show / Radio Active 88.6FM) mixes up New Zealand music in the cafe / bar.
At 7pm the mirror ball awaits in the cinema for a screening of music videos for you to dance to, sit and admire the fashions, or soak up the history. 7 - 7:30pm: older music videos, 7:30 - 8pm: newer music videos.
Voted #3 most heart-warming movie by Huffington Post, 2014!!
5pm 2 May 2015, St Columba Centre, Ponsonby, Auckland
This warm, funny and heart-moving review of sound and vibrational specialist, Tom Kenyon over a 40 year journey into sound as a healing modality.From award winning Ward Serril and co-producer, Betsy Chasse (What the Bleep do we Know?"), this movie explores the relationship between the quantum and the mystical, the clinical and the spiritual. The executive Producer, Anne Huxtable is in New Zealand 27 April - 2 May 2015
Funds raised will go to ADNZ - to support twoAutistic kids, Noah and Georgie each needing a $20,000 trained dog.
"Serendipity" has bought the two together, says event organiser, Maree Neal, Maree Neal Consulting. 027 452 2040. The evening will be opened by Crystal Didgeridoo expert, Jason Friedlander and closed by Executive Producer, Anne Huxtable who is travelling with the movie. It is an experiential evening!
Official Trailer, New Zealand online Bookings and back story on the Autistic Kids here
Three part evening!
Jason Friedlander - Crystal Didgeridoo Opening;
88 Minutes of warm, funny and heart-moving Tom Kenyon Movie
Anne Huxtable - Executive Producer - in NZ for 7 days!
Proceeds to Autistic kids needing $20,000 trained dogs
5pm, 2 May 2015, St Columba Centre, Ponsonby, Auckland